5 out of 5
Ingredients: Contains: violet leaf infusion, sodium lauryl ether sulphate, sea salt, lauryl betaine, violet leaf absolute, otto of rose, jasmine absolute, ylang ylang, bergamot oil, oil of cloves, sandalwood oil, cassie absolute, perfume, chlorophyllin, methyl paraben, propyl paraben.
It’s the liquid form that came before the solid purple bathos bar which Lush sold in their stores for 15 years.
Lush Times: Bathos is the bath foam for those candle-lit champagne swilling occasions when you feel like sharing the warm water with someone you’re fond of. It is a deep violet bath which smells deeply of violets with hints of soothing rose, calming jasmine, refreshing bergamot, rejuvenating sandalwood and cheering cassie, all of which are traditionally known in their native countries for their aphrodisiac qualities. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Review: The original was called Bathos liquid bubble bath. It’s the same fragrance as the more current purple “Bathos” bubble bar but this Bathos bath foam is in liquid form and it’s green in color.
It makes pretty good bubbles but I still think the solid bubble bars make more bubbles. It left the same lovely violet leaf and clove oil scent on my skin as the hard bubble bar. That’s one thing about Bathos, it’s not a light weight in the scent department, and the bath foam is no exception. I’m glad lush re-made this for us.